|Scott Henson - Xbox 360 Interview (March 2006) - Kikizo|
Kikizo interviews the then-Director of Microsoft's Game Technology Group, Scott Henson, in March 2006. Covers mainly the Xbox 360 (launched in December 2005), including the HD-DVD addon, as well as XNA. See the segments list for more detailed points. You can find the original video page, and at Kikizo.com. Thanks to Kikizo for the source.
Keywords: Kikizo; Interview; Scott Henson; Microsoft; Xbox 360; XNA; HD-DVD
|Rag Radio 2013-12-13 - Texas Criminal Justice Blogger & Prison Reform Activist Scott Henson - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Scott Henson runs the influential Texas criminal justice blog, Grits for Breakfast ("Welcome to Texas justice: You might beat the rap, but you won't beat the ride."). He is a former journalist turned opposition researcher/political consultant and public policy researcher. Henson also works as a consultant for the Innocence Project of Texas where he lobbies the Texas Legislature for expanded compensation for exonerees, reforms in eyewitness identification procedures, corroboration for jailhouse s...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Scott Henson; Grits for Breakfast; Criminal Justice; Criminal Justice Reformers; Bloggers; Texas Activists; Innocence Project; Prison Reform; Texas Prisons; Electronic Privacy
|EFF Austin Meetup January 19 2015 - Stephen Torrence|
Audio recording of the entire meetup.Time: Monday, January 19th, 7pm-9pmLocation: Capital Factory, 701 Brazos Street, Suite 1601, Austin, TXIntroduction: The Texas Electronic Privacy Coalition has fought to protect Texans’ digital privacy since 2013. Last session they successfully lobbied to protect emails with a search warrant. Now they’re back for more. This session, TxEPC is lobbying to protect your sensitive GPS and cell phone location data under a warrant too...
Keywords: eff; effaustin; privacy; data; txepc; texas; legislation; aclu; gps; stingray; cell phone; cell tower; law; policy; audio; Capital Factory; Gregory Foster; Kathy Mitchell; Scott Henson; Matt Simpson; Grits for Breakfast; tracking; surveillance; metadata